(This is just one of the many publications from 1933.)
Southeastern Oklahoma Citizen
June 22, 1933
Caddo Sailor Boy to Fight Here Friday
When Doc Hill, the Caddo sailor, enters the ring against Terry Durant next Friday night he will have the support of a large delegation of Caddo fans, reports from there indicate.
Hill earned quite a reputation as a two-fisted scrapper while in the Navy, and although he has not fought professionally since returning home, he has proved his ability in several rough and tumble affairs.
Terry has been meeting a few of the best 170-pounders in this section and has gained enough experience to aid him in the bout, although Hill’s supporters expect it to be merely a warm-up affair for the big sailor boy.
In addition to the Hill-Durant match, Red Drinkwater and Roy Tice clash in a four-round fistic bout and two top-notch wrestling matches will complete the card.
The Caddo Herald
June 23, 1933
Local Boy will Box on Durant Card Today
Doc Hill, local sailor boy, will box Friday night on a boxing card in Durant and will meet Terry Durant of Durant. This bout will be only a four-round affair, as the main bout will be a wrestling match with a two-hour limit, two falls out of three.
A large delegation of Caddoites will be on hand to root for the local boy Friday.
Southeastern Oklahoma Citizen
July 6, 1933
Caddo Boy to Fight Here Thursday Night
Doc Hill, Caddo sailor, expects to take another step up the pugilistic ladder of Southeastern Oklahoma when he meets Charles Montgomery, Ardmore heavyweight, in a special event on Clyde Taylor’s mat and ring card tomorrow night.
Taylor considers himself fortunate indeed to have been able to find such a match for the Bryan County lad. Hill made a very good impression in his first appearance here two weeks ago and has many followers in Durant as well as in Caddo.
Montgomery has been in the local ring once before, winning from Paul McCready here last summer in a slam-dunk affair. The Montgomery-Hill match will be a special attraction and will be added to the card which includes two wrestling matches, four rounds of boxing between Roy Tice, Durant and Tony Harris, Caddo, and a six-round bout between a couple of fast colored boys.
The Durant Weekly News
July 7, 1933
The combination boxing and wrestling show Friday night looked like it might terminate in a free-for-all fight. It started when one of the fighters took a crack at the referee, who retaliated, and it took two cops to pry them apart. One man was heard to suggest that it was all a put up job, to create additional interest in the weekly shows. If it was, there was some good play-acting, for it looked pretty genuine to me.
Unfortunately this story has some sad twists and turns. In November of 1933 Allen “Doc” Hill and George Harmon were walking along the highway about a mile south of Caddo when they were struck by a hit-and-run driver. Allen was slightly injured, but George was killed.
In November of 1934 Allen was arrested and pled guilty to the burglary of Isadore Schaffer’s store and served two years in McAlester.